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GIFTS! GIFTS!! GIFTS!!!
At 439 Chestnut St. The only Original Gift Boek
G. G. Evans would inform his friends and the
public that his Star Gift Book Storo anti Pub
lishing house is permanently established in
'Brown's splendid Iron Building, 439 Chestnut st.
two doors below Fifth, where tho purchaser of
each book, at the regular retail price, will re
ceive one of the following gifts, valued at from
26 cents to $100:
550 Patent English Lever Gold
Watches, $lOO 00 each,
550 Patent Anchor Lever Gold
400 Ladies' Golf Watches, 181 t,
35 00 ~
600 Silver Bunting Watches,
500 Parlor Timepieces.
500 Cameo Sets. Ear Drops and
15 00 ~
10 00 .1
10 00 . 4
to 12 00 "
10 OU "
500 Lavin' Gold Braceleta,.s 00 h
500 Gents' Vest and Fob Chains,
1000 Gold Lockets (large size
2000 Gobi Lockets,(small size,)
1000 Gal Pencil Cases, with
10 00 "
3 00 "
1000 Extra Geld Pens with cotes
1500 Gold Pencils, (Ladies'.)
25e0 Gold Pens, with Silver Pew
2300 Ladies' Gold Pens, with Ca
ses nod Holders,
000 Glil Rings, (Lndies,')
2000 Gale Gold Ring,
. _ . .
2500 fedies' Gold Briretpins,
41500 Misses' Gold BLeastpins,
3000 Pocket Knives,
2000 Sets Gents' Gold Bosom
2000 Sets Gents' Gold Sleeve
$OOO Pairs of Ladies Ear Drops,
2000 Ladies' Pearl Card Cases,
15000 Ladies' Cameo, Jet, or
2500 Ladies' Shawl and Ribbon
5000 Articles of Gold Jewelry, Gift Bucks, es.,
not enumerated in the above, worth
from 25 cents to $25. . _
Evan,' new CamLogue, which is sunt flee to
ull parts of the country, contains nil the most
popular hooks or the toy, awl the newest pub
lications. all of which will he sold as low as can
he obtained at other stores. . . .
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Agents wanted in every town in the Union.—
Those desiring so to act, con obtain full partic
ulars by addressing the above.
N. B.—Being largely interested in publish
ing hooks, and buying from other publishers in
immensantetities. fur cash, I ant enabled to
make hug liscounts to Country Agents and
Hook 1) a than con be had at any other
house in ...try,
. Any b published in the Un'teil States. the
retail price of which is out dollar and upwards
will be promptly sent, Gift included, . receipt
of publishers price.
An antra St Book and Gift given to any per
s.n ordering ten hooks to be sent to one ad
Se r ial for a Catalogue. Address '
G. 6. IiVANS, Pub/is/ow,
Aug. 31st, '38.-3w. 439 Chestnut St. Phila.
NEW ENGLAND SETTLEMENT.
TO ALT, WANTING FAIt3IS
TN a healthy place, twenty-five miles from Phil
adelphia, on the Camden Atlantic railroad,
New Jersey. An old estate has recently been
A.• .•••I ill e ors, iti•tioon of tweet
AM divided up into firms of twenty acres up.
wards. The soil in uf the bust quality for the
production of limits, grains, Fze. The price is
Si sns2o I or acre, payable in easy quarter yearly
instalments, within n term of four years, with
interest. The forms are made easy, in order to
insure the rapid improvement of the land, by en
abling every industrious noun to hay a farm. It
is now tieing extensively improved liv good roads
mad some of the best citizens from New England
and the Middle States ore erecting large tinprove
mews. It in a scene of the greatest improve
ment out of Philadelphia. Seventy-fire houses
have bent built in four months. Practical far
mers and businean men from the length and
breadth of the Uiduti are settling there. It is an
important liminess place, on account 01 its being
in the midst of a great market. Every article
raised upon this land finds. immediate sale.—
The wateeis excellent, and no sueli thing as fe
ver is known. . .
T'he soil is a sandy or clay leant, with ti clay
bottom and retentive of manures. It is free of
stones and is easily worked. It abounds largely
in the phosphates, and such is its fertility that
from :he crops produced upon this land and the
large area adjoining under cultivation, it will be
foetid not to he excelled anywhere in the produc
tion of crops most adapted to its market.
The reader rutty be well aware ant the earliest
and the best fruits and vegetables came from New
.Jersey, which are annually exported to the
amount of millions of dollars. The land, be
sides being in every way accessible for fertilizers
has an abundant supply of the best quality of
Lumber and building materials can be bad on
the not et n cheap price, front the mills. 0 her
mill are now being opened, and briek-yards Leing
Warted on the ground. A person can put up a
tframe tenement tbr present eonvenienOo fm one
hundred dollars. On account of the ofttensive
.undgratiou, this is the best course to pursue in d
cleric fat a plate to live in at fuss. Carpentra
and butldors are on hand to put up WIMP, on the
In settliug hire the emigrant has many advan
tages. Ile is within a few hours' thle or the great
cities in the Middle States and New England, ho
is near his old friends and associations ; he is in a
settled country, where every improvement and
comfort of civilization is at hand ; lie is in a heal
thy place, and is nut subject to the certainty of
losing the greater part of his family audnis awn
9. late by those malignant fever which make the
I.inves of so many millions of the young and
Lardy in liar oil' reigons away from Immo and
friends. Besides, he has a mdd climate and an
There aro three trains daily to Philadelphia,
and to all those who imi rove the railroad com
pany gives a free ticket.
The reader will at once be struck with the ad
vantages here presented, and'ask himself why the
property has not been taken up before. The rea
son is, it was never thrown in the market; and
Isaias these statements were correct no one would
,be invited to examine the land before purchasing.
This all are expected to do. They will see the
land under cultivation ; they will meet persons,
no doubt, from their own neighborhood ; they will
witness the improvements, and can judge of the
abstracter of the population. Persons should
COMO prepared to purchase, as many are locating
and locations aro not held on refusal.
Tho Hammonton Farmer, a monthly Literary
and Agricultural paper, containing full informa
tion of Hammonton, will be sent to each inqui
rer, and can be obtained at 25 cents per annum.
Title indisputable. Warrantee deeds given,
clear of all incumbrance; when purchase money
is paid. Route to the land t --Leave Vine street
wharf, Philadelphia. for Haw:mann by railroad
at A. M., and 5 . 1 P. BI; when there inquire
tor Mr. Byrnes, Boarding conveniences will he
found. Letters and applications can bo addressed
to S. B. COUGHLIN, 202 South FIFTH Street
below Walnut. Philada. Maps and information
Avg. en, leim--Bm.
Mountain Female Seminary.
'Ma Winter Teim of Mountain Female Se.
urinary will open Oct. 28th.
L. G. GRIER. liincipaL
MALE AND FEMALE INSTITUTE.
W. 11. WOODS, A. M., Principal. Professor of Languages and Philosophy.
Mrs. F. T. WOODS,
Rev. N. S. BUCKINGRAI4, Evidences of Christianity and General Liieraiure,
J. ALFRED SIIADE, AL D., Protestor of .dnatomy, Physioloyy and Hygien
ALBERT OWEN, Lecturer on the An of Teaching and Physical geography.
D. M. BUTTS, Teacher in the English Department,
A. S. NOBLE, Monitor,
This Institution, formerly an Academy for young gentlemen alone. hos been corned on suc
cessfully for the last year as a mare and emote Institute. It will in f u ture he curried on no a
school for botli sexes. Those completing the regular course of study pursued in the Institution
will be entitled to Diplomas,
The course of study in this Department is such ns to give thorough instruction in Sin e lle
and Double Entry Book.keeping, Mercantile Calculations, Penmanship, &r.
Students can take up this branch of study either in connection with other studies, or devote
their whole time to it alone. Eseh student receives septum,: i n Aruction,
The Principal con assure , parents and guardians that they Cllllllot send ton school where
their children will be less exposed to temptation. No one will ho received whose moral char
acter is bad ; immerality will be a sure cause for dismissal. Per further particulars address
W. 41. WOODS, SHADE Goc, Huntingdon math Pa.
5 00 44
3 h 0 "
2 00 "
Will please take notice, that the 3d see
tion of the net of Assembly passed 21st o
April A. D 1858. requires of you prompt col
lection of Militia fines .4 payment of the
same to the county Treasurer, fur Militia low
poses. As the law requires the Board of Au
diners to make their annual settlement on tht
let of November; we urge the :mportanee and
necessity of Collectors paying over said money
before the Ist of November next.
2 50 "
5 00 "
Rolls have been returned and Companies
are demanding their money.
Brigadier Genenal's Office of the 4th Brig.
ade 14th Division of Nunn. Militia.
It. C. MeGI ILL.
Alexandria, Oct. 13th, 1858. 2t.4.
Green Willow Foundry:
IWOULD respectlully inform the public that'
I have commenced business at the above
place, and will he ready to accomodate all who
may want anything in my line of busineos. I
will have on hand or make to order Threshing
Machines, and all o.her machinery that may he
called for. Castings of every description, Cook
and Parlor Stoves, Plows, IleHow-ware, (Ise.—
All kinds of Turning, either wood Or iron. and
Blacksmithing will ho done in the boot manner
and uu the most reasonable terms. Farmers
and others wishing to purchase new machines
will find it to their advantage to give mu a roll.
All kinds of Country produce taken in exchange
at market prices. PETER TIPPER].
Waterstreet, Ott. 18, 1.858.-ly.
LAND FOR SALE.
The subscriber oilers at private sale a tract
of laud shamed about I;miles North east of
Mill Creek, and a nide trim Lanes Mill,!
in this county, containing about 120 acres, 40
acres of which is cleared, and the balance in
timber. The buildings consist of a new dwel
ling house, not quite finished, a log Barn, 2
apple orchards. with Pear and Cherry trees,
a sprint of good limestone water, a permanent
I,ime kiln, and a good quarry of Limestone.—
Price 800. _ _
Seven homes and lois situate at tile old
'Cannery seat in Hill Valley—they will be
offered very low, say (or one•halt the toot.
Inquire nt thu * Journal Office or to the
subscriber is shirleyslitirg.
Oct. 6, '58.-31n. JOIIN BREWSTER.
The Brigade officers of the 41k Brigade 14th
Divi,ion P. M. You are bereby ordered to
meet as a board of Auditors, in full uniform at
Major A. S Harrison, Huntingdon, on Friday
the 22d day of Oct. A. D. 1858 at 10 o'clock
A. M. to perform the duties requires: by net
of General Assembly approved the 21st day
April A. D. 1858, for the better regulation of
the Militia of this Commonwealth, also all rIB.
curs having in charge the accounts of the dd . -
ferent companies will appear aid present the
said accounts for settlement on said day.
H. C. McGILL.
Brigadier General's office,
4th Brig. 14th Div. P. M.
Alexembia, Oct. 13th 1858, 2t.
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS ,
PHILADELPHIA, July 28, 1858.
FLOUR—Superfine. per barrel, $5 37(45 50
" Extra" " 5 fiki d s 75
_ . _ _
family " 5 87N 12
Rye Flour and Corn Meal 4 37
Wheat—red, per bushel,
" White "
1 320)1 33
Corn II 85
Oats " 43
Cluverseed $0 07 ® per 64 pounds
"nmothy seed, $2,00 to 212
Fl ax , per bushel $1 70
DR. A. P. PINILDS
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens r+f
Cassville and surrounding vicinity, that he
has again commenced the practice of Medicine,
and hopes, by devoting his whole attention to
his proffission, to gain a good share of public
favor. My charges will be very low. I re
co iced two Dipolnias, one from the Mineral
College, and one from the Eclectic College.—
I will practice both Almond and Vegetable.—
Any person desiring to see toy Diplomas, can,
by calling at my office, halt' a mile from Cass
Ossaber Is, Ism-am.
(Estate of lohn Morningstar, deed.)
LETTERS of Administration on the estate of
John Morningstar, late of Tod township,
deed., baring been graded to the undersign•
ea, he hereby notifies all rrsons indebted to
said estate to make immediate payment, and
those having claims will present the same duly
attthenticated for settlement.
JOHN BEAVER. I. Admire.
August. 18. 58. 6t.
tr To all Wanting Forme, one advertisement
Hammonton Lands:Aug. 25.-6 t.
QILK BONNETS of every variety and price
1 J offering very cheap by
risllEll & MC M unTRIL.
TOW LINES and BOAT ROPES, toi sale
at the llaidware store or
JAMES A. BROWN.
T. um , PRESS GOODS, of rich Ftyle
sill ?art °heap at D. P. GWIN'B.
JOSEPH DOUGLAS, Gunsmith,
DIXON'S improved SAUSAGE CUTTERS
and steers, for sale by
I JAS A. BROWN.
Teacher of Music and Drawing,
M wrlcE IS lIEREny GIVEN TO AlI..
1.1 persons interested that the followitonutmed
p , rsona - have settled their sieonni:is in the lt,g-
Ntor's Office nt lhottinsbin, and that the said
•irenunts will be presented for confirimstion sod
llowance, at ass Orphans' Court to he lilt at
Huntingdon, in and for the County of fluorin,'
don, on Wednesday the 10th day of No , •
ember next, to wit:
1. Henry Zimmerman Elq.,
of Elizabeth Zimmerman, late of rod town
2. Joseph McCoy, administrator de boni:
not or John Swmipe, late of Walker town
• ' ' "
Elisabeth Fink, surviving ndininistrater
of Solomon Fink, late of l'enn ttiwnshi dee'il.
(including the whole estate.)
4. Adatn Ralikin, atlmiiiiitritt or or the
tate et Oliver K. Rankin, late or Franklin
township . , • .
5. Ol iver
Madden, exeentor of the estate of
James Madden, late of Springfield township,
John Rung, Guardian or T. B. Read, son
of Joseph Read, late of West township, dee'd.
7. Jacob Weaver, and Jacob S. Berlistress
er, Executor of the last will &c., of John W.
Berkstresser, late of Hopewell township. dec'd.
8. Belay Brewster, administrator at the es
tate Or Cvnthjt .1. Brewster, late of the 80,
ttugh or ,:hirleyslirg, deeM.
0. David Clarkson Esq.. administrator of
John W, Matthias, late of Cassvile, Huntite4-
duo rionty, &dd.
_ . .
10. Jos.' 'A. MeCallan. one of the Executors
of John MeCahan, tate of Walker ton nship,
_ . _
11. J. Kinney McCall., one of tho Exec.
owls c f John MeCuhan, late of \Vanier town•
12. Win. Reed Esq.. 0 mull ian of J. An.
drew It nal, minor son of Joseph Bead, late of
West township, dee'd.
13. Wm. Rend Esq .
Nveline Head, minor chitd of Joseph Rend,
cote of .WeAt township, dee'd.
HEN ItY GLAZIER, Regia,r
PRICES TO SUIT TIIE TIMES.
858. FALL ANII WINTEIt GOODS,
M. Gutman & Co.,
Inform the public generally, that they have just
received a large stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
PANTS, &c., &c.
Ills stock or Clothing is of the latest fash•
ions, and manufactured of the best materials;
sod as they are determined to sell 43 cheap us
the cheapest, the public will do well to give
them a call and examine their stock.
grrllon't forget the place—Lon g's brick
building, on the corner, Market square, Ili.
7 000 COPIES
SOLD IN TWO WEEKS
NEW WORK BY I.OI.A.MONTEZ,
THE ARTS OF BEAU rY
SECRETS OF A I,tur,sTomEr.
With Hints to Gentlemen ou the art of Fii.ei•
Ily MADAME Lot, MosvEx, Cutout , .
or L en ,feldt. Cloth, gilt side. Price 50 cents.
This hook tuntains as account, in detail. of
all the arts employed by the fashionable Indies
of all the chief cities of Europe, tor the put po:e
of developing and preserving their cliarms. in
dependent of its rare .d really ii.etui man,,
the book is a curiosity as a piece 01 art it..,
for the most delicate subjects tire handl.' stilt
a skill and as unexceptional prop. ay of lan
guage which is really surprising.
This work iaaloe tall of curious and useful
recipes used by the beauties of Europe, and
will enable our ladies to supply their toilets at '
a trilling cost, with what cannot he purchased
at the perlumers at any cost. Published bi
DICK & FITZGERALD,
No. I 8 Ann Street, New lo.rl,
Copies of the above book sent by wail un re-
Mo. of 50 cents, to any address, free of pus.
[Estate of David Mountain dec'd.]
Letters of A.Atuinistratiun on the estate of
David Mountain. Esq., late of Hopewell taco
ship dec'd., having been granted to the under
signed, he hereby notifies all persona indented
to said estate to make immediate payment,
and all those having claims will present the
same duly authenticated for settlement.
NATHAN WHITE, Admr.
Coalmont Oct. 13, '58.-4t.*
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given, that the_partnership
heretofore existing between 'Ater Tippery and
James McCartney. under the firs of Tippery &
McCartney, was on the 24th of Septemner,
dissolved by mutual consent. All persons
knowing themselves indebted to said firm will
make immediate payment, and those having
calms will present them to either of the un—
dersigned. PETER TII'PERY,
FOUND AT LASTS 1 S
The '5" ny to Save Money ! !
AND 017 Ali NAIAD TXIVIEIs !
Buy ALL wins OF HABoiriau
BUY ALL KINDS OF HARI/WADY
Buy AL KINDS OF HARDWARE
This ARRIVAL OF NEW GOODS
exceeds all others in importance.
ISt. Itemise it supplies THE PEOPLE with
indesprnmrlde articles and ninny it•crul inven
tions. wide!) cue ha found en/y in it HARD
2nd. Th 3 subscriber purchasing in large
quantities from manufacturers, is enabled co
sell these goods front
20 to 100 per cent cheaper:
than they are sold by other merchat:
Ilis stock includes it complete variety of
STEEL IRON, -
LEA D PIPES,
Together with a full assortment of everything
Pertaining to ItiA line of business.
Ali enters receive prompt attention.
JAME . 4 A. BROWN.
(flint inwl , m, Oct. 6th. 185 S.
fr I OAL BUCKETS & snovgr,s!
sate ny tr. JAS. A. BROWN.
rp l!i• thni sub.
~,,; nt Sheres sale en Mot,
.1 , • 2"; ,2. , nt. A. 1) 1858, the following.
n. ncerpe Price, to wit: 3
. . .
111 head of Cattle 19 linen, hin
. and hay in the hero. and of
a.. , in the ground, Wit_nnt,
c:, ~ I t!acksmit be tools. Farming oleo•
and Kitchen cturniturne, and
ail ether pet,onal property whatever of the
said Price, and that he had left the same in
itossv,sien, to I' used by him, as the prop
erty at' the subscriber. JOHN BARE.
Mt ;',ion. Sept. 30, 1858.-31.
GREAT BA (GAINS!
FISHER & McMURTRIE'S.
T HEY have just received a large and !mau
-1 thrill assortment of fall and wild, gouda,
which ore open for inspection. and to which the
attention of the public is directed.
Their stock embraces every article thnt can
be found in u well salectod stock of Dry hoods
oonsiseng of Black and Fancy Silks. French
and English merinoe's, Solid, and Fancy all
wool Delmine's, Mohair, Madonna, Danubi
an, and Tamise Cloths Scotch Plaids Deß air.°
Coburgs, Alpaccas, Mouslino Deatincs, Ging
; hams, French Chintz, Brilliants, Fancy Prints
A beautiful assortment of Fall and Winter
Shawls,'Banat Shuns, Gents Traveling Shawls
also Plain Merino, extra wide, in squares for
A largo stuck of Kid Gloves, Beaver Gaunt
lets, Silk and woolen l)u. Merino, S ilk and
Cashmere Gloves se..a superi o r lot of teens
nor stares ana• mar, also Dress Trimmins
Fringes, antiques,ROM.. Ladies Collars,
Handkerchief, osiery Buttons, Floss, Sew
ing Silk, extension skirts, Hoops of all
ALSO► :—Ticking, (hamburg, bleached and
unbleached marlin all prices; Colored and
White Cambrics, Barred and Imes', Mullins,
Victoria Lawns, Nainsooks, ail lowly other
articles which comprise the lino ht . 'hilt, and
Prenen Cloths, Black and Fancy Cossiotto,
Satinetts, Jeans Tweed•, Denims, Blue, Drills
Flannels, Unsays. i..;omiorts. Blankets &e.
Bats, Caps, Bonnets of every variety an
stele. A good Stork to Groceries, Hardware
Qiteensware, Boots cod Shoes, Wood boil
Willow want. which will be.sold cheap.
We also deal in Plaster. Salt, Fish and all
kinds of Drain, and ',Gases facilities in this
branch of trade, untqualled by any. We de•
liver all packages or parcels or merchandise
free of charge at the Depots of the Broad Top
and l'unnit. ltnil Beads.
Coat: ONE Cock ALL, and be convinced
that METROPOLITAN is the place to secure
fashionable and de,iralile goods disposed of at
the lowest rates.
i);;t:41: BSSIU R & NIOIUR
COLEMAN'S PATENT FARM MILL.
Consideting the cost, we Can truly say that
this is the most eflivient, simple and durable
Farm Mill now in me, and hundreds of farmers
testify to its superior merits.
It is adapted for one or two horse „Ir.-,
railway, or two or four horse lever 4,6,
or steam or water power, and will
grind Corn, Ityo, Oats or Wheat
from six to twelve bushels prr hour, ac
cording to fineness required ; and it is also ar
ranged with steel masers to grind Corn in the
our. . .
Phis mill is constructed on entirley now
principles, nnd so !mane.] with self-sharpen
ing qualities that it completely temoves the
oltiection that iron mills will soon wo•tr out ;
hence, it does not require any sharpening and
tont he run Inc years without any repairs, thus
Having mud, dine tool expense and always rea
dy tor work. . . . .
It OCCIIIIe4 a ,paco of less titan three feet
"ride, about 300 lbs.
Inc'ie with seine arranged for sifting Corn
Meal for family use wldle grinding $5O.
l'rk, with Bolting :%ItiYhine attached for ma
king family flour $75.
, • , ,
..../ra tit °TIC ,. tor a arsrrittwe Ca larogue, con.
milling full .10serivtion ill with Certificates
&c. W. 1.. BOY ER & BROTHER,
ImplemetanT e tir p T il.,
Sept. 29, '58.-71 m
[Estate of David Enyrare dre'd]
The undersigned appointed Auditor by the
Court to ascertoin and report the liens against
Heal Eetate of David Enyeart, late of Cromwell
Township deed., and to make distribution of
the proceeds °Nile same will atlemt for that
purpose at his Office, in the Bourough of Hun
tingdon, on Thursday the 14th 'day of October
next, wheal and where all persons interested can
give their attendance.
Huntingdon Sept. 15 1858.-41.
SCHOOL 'vinous WANT ED.
Teachers of a good and Moral character, and
well qualified to Teach the various brancnea
taught in Common Schools will he employed,
and recetve liberal wages, by npplying itome
diutely. By order of the Board of Directors.
JOHN RUNG. Sect.
IVest tp., Sep. 8, 1858.
1:000 POCKET KNIVES, some
best In the world. for sale by
JAMES A. W 1.4
U It:HER-EN I VES S C IRVERS IN
_LI great variety at the Hardware Store of
Sept. 6,'h8.-41. JAS. A. BROWN.
SPLENDID RAG CARPET for 37i ets. per
yard at the chomp otoro of
_fr., I LITERARY BUREAU.
il . & `, ~ An experienced Editor, a successful Author ,
.„./. ,0", " 7 , e ) ' aza and a thoroughly educated Literary Man, wee ' •
..1 . ,./ . ...,:!"/ / f." Iyy with tventy•five years of the drudgery of
, _.,0 / - I Daily Journalism, ham determined to hire out
.../ I and sell his brains at retail, to those who may
require their services, in tiny honorable way. •
Iron City Commercial College. ' Merchants, Business Men, Inventors and
OTTSHURGII, PA. - Cinummer 1855. : dealers of every hind, will he supplied, Orland
300 Students attending January 1858. : with Advertisements, (poctiext nr ntlierwi.,)
Now the largest and most thorough Corn- i Notices,
desireNotices , c urd '' , Circular !! or any specie s of or'
mercial School of the United States.—
Young men prepared for actual duties el the : Politicians will he supplied with Speeches,
Counting Room. ' Reports, Resolutions, Letters, Toasts, Pam
J. C. 83111TH, A. M. Prof. of Book keep- phlets, Editorial Articles, Communicatim,
ing anti Science of Accounts. and every sort of Brain-work, which they ma,
A. 'l'. Dommtimr, Teacher of Arithmetic find it inconvenient or troublesome to do them
and Commercial Calculation. , selves.
Fitom JAS. A. BROWN.
FROM JAS. A. Mum,
FROM JAR. A. BROWN.
AT CITY PRICES.
J. A. Haynnicti. ant T. C. JENKINS, Tem.!, i Ladies and Gentlemen, of every rank in so
on; of Book-keeping. dew or occupation in Ric, :an hove. Letters
A. COWLEY and W. A. MILLER, Prof.,. of writ r ien on any subject, whether business or
SINGLE AND DOUBLE ENTRY BOOK- ''',ll,hueneald't:l.eirtisnr
As used in ever department of lim.infl93 . 1 Correspondence of every kind, either English,
(,) \ I Co nlon:: I, A RITI I MET IC—RAPID French, Spanish. German or Latin.
li 12Si :, Esi., IV It ITINO—DETECTING Poeft y, Acrostics, for Albums, Notes, Billet.
CiorNTERFEIT MONEY— deux, Monodies, and Compositions of the most
MERCANTILE CORRESPONDENCE— delicate and confidential character, incident to
ERCIAL LAW— every possible circumstance or even% in life,
A ro ?a u g h t , Lin d e fi other ,uhjects necessary will he furnished in inviolable confidence, by
far the success and thorough education of it writing to the undersigned, and explaining
practic,d buiinesm malt, their wishes.
12 PREMIUMS. Orders by mail, accompanied with cash. will
Drawn all the premiums in Pittsburgh for I be strictly owl promptly attended to. Address
the paYt three year, also in Eastern and Won- J. THOMPSON, Literary Bureau,
tern Cites Ibr the bait Writing, Box 2285 Philadelphia P. 0., Pa.
NO'l' ENGICVED WORK. Ang..18,'58..1v
Important Information. I---- ----------------
SUFFERING HUSIANI TY READ THIS:
Students enter at nap ihne—No vacation— The undersigned takes this Method of infer-
Than unlimited—Review at pleasure—Grath, ming the piddle genartilly that there
ines iis,h-teil in obtaining situations—'Tuition
kilns now offered to the phlic that is eqeal to
for Full Commereinl coon. s3s,oo—Avorage 1 )0 VALL'S GALVANIC OIL in rehevelng
time Bto 12 week—Board, $2.50 per week— ,
sufferin , humanit „ .
S'olionary, s6.oo—ont, cost, $60.00 to $7O.- I , coa ' s ".,, obse4
00 , _ observer of its effects in a friend of
intne who suffered almost everything from a
us Card—Cis "" l " — ' ,ucilue " s
IS 5' Minium " ' Sous "' sly " us hair price'B "sine" nruraigic affection which resistedthe best med
and Ortutnivntal Writiag—inclose two stumps ical treatment in Centre county. Wu applied
mid address F . IV. JENKINS,
freely the Galvanic Oil to the painful part, and
Sept. 29, 1858.—1 y. Pittsburgh,gave some inwardly, and in 20 minutes the pa
tient was asleep, and when awaked was free free
' from pain, and COntiued so —This iaapositi;O
c ; fact which I am willing to make good ut any
'FPO lir-An THIS!• t s i a m m e e .
ic .:: g tr o e f o t r im Fra was cured in nearly the
. New ' Drug and Grocery Store. I J. 11. BALlN,Centte MIL
__________ Auz. 18 1858—ty Centro county.
SANIBEL S. SMITH, Hill St., 5 doors We , ,
of t h e Court House, Huntingdon. Dealers itt i ALTOONA, Blair co., July 5,'58.
Danes. Chemicals. Dye Stutlh Paints Varnish- I J. D STONENOAD, Lewistown, Pat,
es. I Spt. Turpentine, Flu id, Alcohol, Wine Dear Sir—Mr. Wm.
and Irately of the hest article for medical par- TunNuavou, who has been s.lli:ring several
po- es, Concentrated Lye for ma , ing Soap, Glass years from rheumatism, get so ill that his friends
Pm iv Patent Medicines also Cotter, Tea, Cho- end teltlliVCA Were ,111111114illed to witness his
relate. Sugar, Molasses, Vinegar, Fish Salt ' death. I induced his friends to try the virtue
Flour. (`rakers, Nato, Candies, Figs, Haisies- .t 1 your preparation—they did so, as the last re;
Tobacco, Cigars. Syrupy of all kinds fir sum, I sort agd, to their astonishment and joy, he be
race drinks, in it w o rd every thing usually kept I lon t o improve, got better and better, and now,
ion Drug or Grocery Store, those who desire ! so liar as I know, be is a hale and stout man.
mare and Genuine articles will) do well by l This is not the only case where thu GALVANIC
giving at. a call. lOm has surpassed human expectations. In
Sept. as, 1858.-Iy. 1 every ease where I have recommended the Om,
it has done what it promises to do. Send us
another Ws worth.
Yours trtily, 11. LEDER.
THE GREAT PURIF lER !- Au g . IF, >5B-Iy.
TIIE WORLD CHALLENGED I
BLOOD SEARCHER ITS E AL!
g AiliinCt FUND.
rrZ-GLORIOUSLY TRIUMPHANT! ; , :,-.VE';'" ' 7- '7--
Sworn statement of David SlcCreary, of Na- • ill tl4 ~-.1 National
pier Township, Bedford county. • '?., -
~,.' • . , 61,
In April, 1856, as near as 1 can rementemher ..,:,, ~:.,.
a small pimple made its appearance on my up- . !1„ . .: ..,,, ~, '''` ......-' :•-•
per lip, which soon became enlarged end . sore.
" V • '.
i used poultiles rn sorrel, and a wash of blue ' ~,14 • ,- 2 .:2,, ,, , •
_. _ L
s hrol, without effect. rimliox lb. v.v. .. , L 1 0". , ' '...:*::' - -.1,,,, . - .;;;;,
i,,,, L ~,w o r , Dr. F.ly, of Schellsborg, who 1 '3,,0 7,, ,, i , ,,,,... , T4f; -, ,. :
i .,. ..... ..,,,,,i it CANCER, eml pr•wribe•l •t wa-l lt ' . 1: ,, ,. .1, '''' -.:. 1111: - .'‘. 41
of sugar of lead and bread poultices. Finding ! ....?,:;.;,,,,t, '';• ' ' l ' .' C ompany.
these remedies of no avail. I called upon Dr. I • • :7, , _ .v.:. 1 t .i.. - h - ! . . 1 . 2- , _, ~
Shaffer, of Davidsville, Somerset county, who 1 :.•,,:-
..,.. . ~ .:,_'''
~. _ _
also pronounced the disown Cancer and goer i
me internal nod external remedies—the litter
,;,,i,4i ng p r i nc ipally of caustic ; but all to no.OI , TIL-WLST CORSI. OF Tanta,
as the disease continued spreading; to- I
0 ar,l lii nose. I next used a preparation of nr- I lIJIYALti2IP111:11.
.i.iii, in the form of salve. 'lbis for a time ' Incorporated by lite Stale of 1 ) 01111SylVallia.
, 1 , 1::: . . i 15 ., • ., t .,., 1 , 11 . 1e ili ii i e e x as t e e 2 n u o t d t fi l i i , e on itl r a . nai t a t i c io r n oi so s o:!
. FIVE PER CENT INTEREST
Pliiin.ville. Bedford county, who also pronoun- ~ rovEy ls ii.Eci:i vi.: , , is ANIL,. SUM,
evil the dkease to be Cancer , and applied a Salve 11l "
large or small, nail laic!, i paid from the
said to be a never-failing remedy, but it hail .
day of deposit to the day nt withdrawal.
curet whatever in chreking the spread of the , Who office is open every day front 9 o'clock
sore. In December, of the same year, the ills
in the morning till 5 o'clock in the afternoon,
had eaten away 4 greater part of my upper
hp, and had attacked the nose, when I went to , o
n Monday and Thers.:.,, evenings till 8
Cincinnati where 1 consulted Dr. R. S. Newton 1110 N. HENRY 1.. BENNER, President, c loc k.
of tae lOectie Medical College. He pronoun- ROBERT SELFRIDGE, Vice President,
red the disease "a cutaneous Canner, superb' . WM. J. REED, Secretary.
(Need by an inordinate um of mercury." lie
applied mild zinc ointment, and gave mo inter- DIRECTORS
L. Banner, I F. Carroll Brewster,
I Edward L . Carter, Joseph B. Hirer,
nal remedies. My face healed up, but the in
ilanonation was not thoroughly removed, In r i cher , L. sairridge, 1 Francis Loo
February, 1857, he pronounced no° car" , and 1 5t,,,, , ,1. K. Ashton, Joseph Yeric'es,
I left liar home. In April the disease again m
ina re.t at night.
turned, and so violent was the pain that I could 1 C., A lt: i nj y re i t ß h ro l' e l e n i t , ..r e t , l ,
and I n fe n ;t; n y . l t ) . !e n d , h ud n o de d rfl i e l r ;
j'''"" in ' l ' y I " tarn " to in g old without to tire.
Cineinnati, and again placed myself under the ,
i •Phe investments birocharge of Dr. Newton, with wham I ' email ''' . Mort g ages, Ground Rot
unt il S e p tem ber, during which tittle he used
riirities as the Charter r.
home there were still three discharging ulcers I
eli v I k e n u u t t i v t l e l 71 i i disease, al b l' u l t pa alt l e y on ce re ' t d :r d ne in d t
upon my face. I continued using No wton's 1 6cog_T-1,5121 , i ,
preparatious, and also medicine that l got front I m . icoiss m ... uvimiam.
Dr. Ely. but the Cancer continued growing un- 81 ,
ail it had eaten oft'the lot side of my nose, the I ---.....• 0 ••••- ---
greater portion al my left cheek, and had attack-
Premiums awarded the "JOURNAL Of
I had g i ven lip all ha • a pray. gee at the late County PAM, for the best
vu toy left eye,
'C being cured, since Dr. Ely said he could only A7t13,. - BLANK AN
g ive relief; but that a cure was impossible. , In „,,, , 5,,, v ; t ...,., yx,, „,..,.. 4 „, Na ..
March, 1858. I bought a bottle of "Blood Scat- 1:1,.e . ,xt,.. 4 x : ,....tta• , A A ‘
r. - , ; ..
V' i e s .':;',, e l 7,4,,,'",:,`, e n fe co ss „, l „, i e t.„" d u i t ':, l !;, i : i i ,`,
~.l. f . a ving recently receiver' from the Eastern
but I found that I gained strengtia day by day, ,-; ail., a .
illtrttl3 t e :Vr e r I V dY ! I IIfAST 'ovEn PnESS,reo2eiai:‘t;tl irZI:, T:
ken "q 'de. ".!' h e led , Is, if 11 ; ?.. iii h .s „ c . l i e ,i 1 ,. and a large, variety el the moot
11 , * " " , luur ; it "un t o ' 11 ," ' '""? ---- --" Priidinq .ilaterial, which makes it ono of the
13111. 1.11 1 mive 'wen air t he
most crimplete Printing Establishments in this
g A r l u tl te lo i t i i i f
h i e 'a u c ,g e
n i v i ti u d , ly ii
e disfigured ui,owho I a: p n still
has • ;tro d section, Persons in want of any Mod of
my lira, s a d ++ blot 11as been dune through the PLAIN iGii FA N''')6
instrumentality of LINIANY'S Immo:wan Bkoon . 3.. a
SEAltellEll• DAVID AIcUREARY. ~ , r l., cannot do better than facer us with
Sworn u nd subscribed. this 3lst day of Au- il,cir patronage. We have facilities for exec,:
gust A. B. 1 8 58 , 1 mo o one of the Justices ling in a superior manner any kind of
of the Peace found fur the Borough of lloilidays-
Mira, Stair county l'a. PRINTING IN COLORS
~ it.-- u J Jo-- JOHN uuBLEY. , oil the most reasonable terms. Thuse who
NEW EVIDENCE,. Mac wish to obtain any style of
Being afflicted with a g revious 'fetter on the 1
toms and face—after tryitig many remedies , ORNirivIENTAL POSTERS
...titter', ...Hod to cure - 1 was pursue led ! can be accommodated at this establishment at
by W. M. Barris go Co. to try Linilsov's Impro- a 1,,, noti ce. ' nil "'and Searcher; and unto , sin-wild " a "" AUTIO3IBILLS,
finishing the a rood bottle, pronounce myself 1
Toe toter broke out, something over a rear ! SHOW' BILLS,
ago, on the inside of nty arms, extending from I
the elbows dawn to the wris Is; also on my face, ' CIRCULARS,
immediately round the mouth and chin, and eon I WAY BILLS,
tined to ben / tweet torment to me 'twill `arced by
the Blow! Searcher. My arms, at times, were 1 LEGAL BLANKS,
almost useless, owing to the cracks and sores CONCERT HILLS,
on them, liable to bleed at any time on the PROGRAMMES,
least exertion to lilt or work, and SOITICIIIIIOS
so itchy that I could scarcely prevent tearing PAMPHLETS,
utl my flesh. 1 have now been cured six weeks CATALOGUES,
and feel it due to Mr. Lindsey, and to the pub- CARDS, 8;c„ Lc.,
lie generally, to make this statement, in NM. . wtH bu tut lashed promptly, executed in be
that others like myself may be benetltted by , best style and at reasonable rates.
using his valuable medicine. i /Pa-Orders by express, mail or otherwise,
-- i will receive immediate attention.
Sworn and subscribed befureiiC, ono of tho 1 ----- -
Aldermen in and for the City of Pittsburg, this WaXIIIIOMEll!
28th day of July, A. D. 1858 . . WHEAT AND CORN wanted at this
AND IIicMASTER Aldermen. i aloe. Thosu having either can dispose of the
Hollidaysburg, Sept. 22,58 9m.
_ I same by calling soon.
DOUGLASS & SIIERWOODS' Patent E. 1
tension Skirts, for sale only by I Glass Preserving Jars, different sines, for
Falun' & bleblurrnie. wife by 1110014111 & MiritURIPIRIV.
WA ',Nur STREET,
JANE p•; WILSON,
HO ! THIS WAY.
Does anybody *ant to gel into good bass
nest, by which they can make from $75 to
$lOO a month without hard labor? If so send
ate 5 cents in stamps or money, (or return
postage, and by rotors mail, you will Beech , '
circulars of the grandest moneymaking
scheme ever appeared to man. Discovered by
a Georgian and proved to be invaluable by
mne million of Southern people. Address,
A. C. DENSON, Mobile Ala.
'liept. 22, '58.—1 y.
So long unsuccessfully sought,
FOUND AT LAST ?
FOR it restores permanently grayhair to its
original color; COMe luxuriantly the bald
head; removes all dandruff, itching and all scrof
ula. scald heed and all eruptions ; makes the
hair soft , healthy, and glossy ; and will procures
is to airy imaginable age, removes, as if by mag
ic, all I hitches, &c. front the face, and cures all
neuralgia and nervous head ache. Si. circular
and the following.
PROP. 0. J. WOOD & CO.—Gents; %%dints
a few drys we have received so many orders
and culls Mr Prof. J. IL Wood's Hair Restore•
tire, that to dity we were compelled to send to
Boston for o quat:tity, (the 6 dozen you Mr
wardel all sold,) while we might order a
quantity from you. Ever. bottle we hove sold
seems to hare produced three or four new customers,
and the approbation, rod patronage it receives
front them substantial and worthy citizens
ofour vicinity, fully convince us that it is A
MOST VALUABLE PREPARATION.
Send us ns soon as may be one gross of Si
size ; and one dozen $2 size ; and belie, •
yours very respectfully.
Signed, D. LATHROP & CO.
Hickory Ciro., St. Charles co. Itto,
Nov. 19, 1556..:.150. O. J. Wood.—Dear
air: Sometime last ',Wilmer we ware induced
to use some of !.our Hair Restorative, and
its edeets wero so wonderful, we feel it our du.
ty to you and the afflicted to report it.
Our little son's head for some shoe had been
perfectly covered with sores, and some called it
@called head. The heir almost entirely came
MI in consequence, when a friend, seeing his
sufferings, advised us to use a bottle of your Res•
torative, we did so with but little hope of suc•
ems,but tuour surprise, and that of all oar friends
n very few applications removed the disease en
tirely, and a new and luxurient crop of hair
sects started out, and we can now say that our
buy has us healthy scalp and us luxuriant crop of
hair as any other child. We can therefore, and
du hereby recommend your Restorative, as
perfect rean.ly fur all diseases of the scalp and
hair. We arc, yours respectfully.
GEORGE W. HIGGINBOTHAM,
SARAH A. HIGGINBOTHAbI.
0..1. Wood & co., Proprietors 312 Broadway
New Yolk, in the great N. Y. wire railing ustals•
bailment, and 114 Market St.. St. Louis Me•
And sold by all Druggists.
Sept. 2:2, 1858.-3 m•
STATE CENTRAL COMMITTER.
The President of the People's State
Convention, lion. A. H. Reeder, hae an
nounced the following gentlemen to ant
es a State Central Committee fur the preen
Henry Fuller, Philadelphia.
Charles A Close, do. •
Wm. B. Mann, ' do•
WM. Mdlward, do.
James J. Ureigh, West Chester,
John S. Brown, Doylestown.
Henry King, Allentown.
Isaac Eckert, Reading:
Robt. M. Palmer, Pottsville.
Charles Albright. Mooch Chunk.
A. K. Peckham. Tunkhannock.
Henry M. lloyt, Wilksbarre.
John McPherson Warren
W. P. J. Painter, Muncy.
George A. Frick, Danville.
Lemuel Todd, Carlisle.
John Wood, Conshohocken,
John ‘Vallower, Harisburg.
A. S. Henderson, Lancaster..
Oliver J. Dickey, do,
David E. Small, York.
A. K. McClure, Chambersburg.
David McMurtrie, Huntingdon.
Alexander Mullin, Ebensburg.
Darwin Phelps, Kittanning.
Edgar Cowan, Greensburg.
Win. McKednan, Washington.
Thomas M. Marshall, Pittsburg.
Robt. B. Carnachan. Birmingham.
John N. Purviance, Butler.
Win. M. Stephenson, Mercer.
Alfrec fluidekpper, Meadville.,
Philip Clover, Strattonville.
I made in Heal Estate
sets, end such class se
qinE subscriber respectfully announces to his
friends and the public generally, that lie bar
leased that old and well establi shed TAVERN
Scotia known as the Huntingdon
,nBe. on the cornet of Hill and Charles
Street, in the Borough of Hunting
Ile has recently put the house through a thoro
ugh course of repairs, and is now equal to any in
Ms TAME will always be stored with the
best the season can adord, to suit the tastes
and nppetites of his guests.
Hes BAn will always be filled with Choke Li
yoore, and Flis Scants always attended by ears
tut oral attentive Ostlers.
Ho hopes by strict attention to business
and a spirit of aceomodat ion, to merit and receive
a liberal shore al public patronage.
Sept. 15, 1858-Iy. 1. Mot TEER.
Darkness covers the Flora.
And Gross Darkitead the ifretrA.
'C U NTRY MIEROBANWS‘
And all Others, will take Notice!
THAT they can supply thetuselves, in an?
Jones' Far Famed Patent
NON EXPLOSIVE KEROSENI: or COAL
At the Wholesale and Retatl, HEAD QUAR
South SECOND Street,
The only place where exclusive Agencies can
be obtained for the States of Pennsylvania,
New Jersey and Delaware.
ii;esei;;;givettll;biequal in intensity of
flame, and similar in appearance to Gas, and
are claimed to be superior to all other portable
lights, now in use. No fear of Explosion—No
offensive odor. —No stnoke.--Very easily trine•
med.—As easily regulated as a Gaa Light.—
Can be adapted to all purposes.—And better
than all for a poor man,-50 per cent. Cheaper
than any other portable light, now in common
SOLE AGENCY ALso, von
linapVe Patent Rosin and Coal 011
ler Lamps, Oils, Wicks p , Shades, and every
article in the line. S. E. SOUTHLAND,
No. 36 South liftand Otrwt Ph**
Dover, N. H., Feb, 2d, 1857.